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- Jul 7, 2005
They’re pretty straightforward. Power, ground, and a switched 12v is all it takes. You can tie it into the wiring so when you open the door it turns on but I didn’t bother with that.I NEED ONE OF THESE! How plug and play are they?
Yessir. With ms2 we use GPS based speed and odometer. With ms3 (stinger pimpx ect ) if you have the vss or a speed sensor installed we can help you make an odometer and even set the start mileageThese are pretty cool.
As much as a purist as I am, i wouldn't mind something like this in the future. I assume the odometer can be programmed as needed? Keeping record of my mileage is important to me (even if i'll never sell the car).
That is no problem with the customization of the dashboard. The logo is just a background image that can be removed and then you can change the gauge background color and dashboard background to anything that you want.I'd like something similar to this setup but less 'busy'. No emblems, logos, etc...
This would look best with a flat black background.
I know... I'm boring.
Just as an example, I really like this kind of setup:
Question: With the hardware/software that you have, how much flexibility do you have to say... draw your own gauges and bezels?
Also: Do you have the abilty to rotate the gauge images so that all the needles point straight up and down at cruise? (Race style)
I ask mostly out of curiosity.That is no problem with the customization of the dashboard. The logo is just a background image that can be removed and then you can change the gauge background color and dashboard background to anything that you want.
I try to have the gauges point straight up too just like you want by tweaking the min and max readings.
I can always whip something up for you if you want